Recently completed work.
Hydrant days! Recently completed work launching the new Pima Foundation website.
Hydrant days! Shooting back in Tucson, AZ in the heat. This was for the story of a collection of individuals at Pima Community College Fashion Design Department binding together to produce face masks in response to Covid-19.
Shooting Kaelen Harwell for an editorial feature in Tucson’s Zocalo, coming out next week. The setup was Hasselblad H5D with the 100mm 2.2 lens and location lighting kit simple Profoto AcuteB2 AirS.
Shot a series of images of Conference speakers that was both analog and digital at the AIA 2019 UX Conference in PHX. For the analog we shot Polaroid 8x10s on the Deardorff view camera using ring light fashion lighting setup. For the digital we shot Hasselblad H5D, 100 mm with three second exposure under traditional Rembrandt lighting. The results below. Thanks to Jack Debartolo, Mark Ryan and s p a c e BUREAU for the opportunity.
Had fun with the opportunity to lead the University of Arizona Design Capstone class in a discussion about personal brand. To take it a step further, we took professional headshots for the entire class and encouraged them to update their LinkedIn profile as a practical step.
Enjoyed my time speaking at CreativeMorning Tucson. Attentive crowd and great Q&A. If you have a minute watch the video below and download the presentation.
Featured new work that I’ve just completed—The door: an exit, an entrance. This work comes from the many tragic moments of death and hardship my family has faced these past three years.
Thanks to all who made it out to the Of the desert opening at the Micro Gallery. We enjoyed seeing it all come together were glad to see you there!
I have been working with many talented people, capturing a new series for my personal work called Culture makers. These individuals hold positions as architects, painters, chefs, designers, photographers, musicians, jewelers, etc. They make up a cross-section of creators that give definition to the cultural fabric we experience daily. Shot on instant film with my 8×10 Deardorff view camera.